proc_print function is used to print a dataset
or datasets. To print multiple datasets, pass them to the
parameter in a list.
By default, the function prints to the viewer. It may also be used
to print to the file system using the
file_path parameters. This print function has limited options,
and is meant to quickly view your data or dump it out to a file.
For more reporting options, use the reporter package.
proc_print( data, file_path = NULL, output_type = "HTML", titles = NULL, style = NULL, view = TRUE )
The data to print. Can be either a single dataset, or a list of datasets.
The path of the report to print.
The type of report to create. Valid values are "TXT", "RTF", "PDF", "HTML", and "DOCX". Default is "HTML".
A vector of titles.
A style object, as defined by the reporter package. See that package for details.
Whether to send the print output to the viewer. Valid values are TRUE and FALSE. Default is TRUE.
If a file report was produced, the full path of the report. Otherwise, a NULL. In either case, the value will be returned invisibly.
# Turn off printing to pass CRAN checks options("procs.print" = FALSE) # Print mtcars to the viewer proc_print(mtcars) # Print mtcars to an RTF pth <- proc_print(mtcars, file_path = tempfile(fileext = ".rtf"), titles = "MTCARS Proc Print Example", output_type = "RTF", view = FALSE) # View file # file.show(pth)